Fedora has updated xen (F18; F17: denial of service), mingw-gnutls (F18; F17: plaintext recovery), groundbreaking (F18; 17: cross-site scripting), postgresql (F17: information disclosure/denial of service), kernel (F18: denial of service), openstack-keystone (F18: denial of service), and dnsmasq (F17: access restriction bypass).
Mageia has updated qt4 (multiple vulnerabilities), kdelibs (multiple vulnerabilities), ircd-hybrid (denial of service), java-1.7.0-openjdk (multiple vulnerabilities), and dbus-glib (privilege escalation).
Mandriva has updated postgresql (information disclosure/denial of service).
SUSE has updated firefox (multiple vulnerabilities).
Ubuntu has updated boost1.49 (input validation bypass).
Liberated Pixel Cup, the free software game-design contest, has finally revealed the winning entries. The overall grand prize went to "Lurking Patrol Comrades," with additional nods going to "Big Island," "Castle Defense," and "Laurelia's Polymorphable Citizens." In addition to the wrap-up, the announcement addressed the potential for more LPC-style contests in the future: "Despite the judging delay, one other sign of success is how excited many of the participants of this year's Liberated Pixel Cup have been to find out if there would be another one. The answer is simply: we aren't sure, but we are certainly interested in it."
Debian has updated openconnect (code execution).
openSUSE has updated blender (privilege escalation), flash-player (multiple vulnerabilities), gnome-online-accounts (information disclosure), inkscape (multiple vulnerabilities), rubygem-rdoc (cross-site scripting).
SUSE has updated flash-player (multiple vulnerabilities).
Fedora has updated openstack-glance (F18: password leak).
Mageia has updated openssh (M2: denial of service from 2010).
Slackware has updated pidgin (multiple vulnerabilities).
SUSE has updated firefox (SLE11: multiple vulnerabilities).
Ubuntu has updated jquery (10.04, 11.10: cross-site scripting from 2011).
Mandriva has updated samba (multiple vulnerabilities in SWAT).
openSUSE has updated opera (TLS information leak).
Red Hat has updated flash-plugin (multiple vulnerabilities).
Scientific Linux has updated java-1.6.0-sun (SL5: multiple unspecified vulnerabilities).
SUSE has updated flash-player (code execution).
Ubuntu has updated curl (12.10: code execution).